A new high-density (25 electrodes/mm²) penetrating microelectrode array for recording and stimulating sub-millimeter neuroanatomical structures.

@article{Wark2013ANH,
  title={A new high-density (25 electrodes/mm²) penetrating microelectrode array for recording and stimulating sub-millimeter neuroanatomical structures.},
  author={Heather A. C. Wark and Rohit Sharma and Kiran Serah Mathews and Eduardo Fern{\'a}ndez and Jaehyuck Yoo and Bradley C. Christensen and Patrick A. Tresco and Loren Rieth and Florian Solzbacher and Richard A. Normann and Prashant Tathireddy},
  journal={Journal of neural engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={045003}
}
OBJECTIVE Among the currently available neural interface devices, there has been a need for a penetrating electrode array with a high electrode-count and high electrode-density (the number of electrodes/mm(2)) that can be used for electrophysiological studies of sub-millimeter neuroanatomical structures. We have developed such a penetrating microelectrode array with both a high electrode-density (25 electrodes/mm(2)) and high electrode-count (up to 96 electrodes) for small nervous system… CONTINUE READING

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